The Test Case Manager is a new feature that comes free with DeviceAnywhere Test Center. It is essentially a test management tool, designed to help you easily manage your mobile testing process all within DeviceAnywhere Studio.
How does it work?
With the Test Case Manager, you can store your test cases in DeviceAnywhere Studio. You can also create test plans (set of test cases to be tested against a set of devices), and these test instructions will appear right inside of DeviceAnywhere Studio, telling the user executing the tests exactly what to do. You decide what sort of "proof" you want to collect of the successful or failed test (e.g. screenshots or video). And - the best part is that all evidence of the tests is automatically stored and organized into a test report available in our web reporting portal.
1: Designing your test plans
To use the test case manager, first you enter your test plans in the Test Case Editor, right in the DeviceAnywhere Studio interface. Test cases are organized into projects, which are typically associated with a particular mobile application or product, and a set of devices you choose.
The Test Case Editor view is shown below:
2: Executing your tests
Once the test plan is created, the testers can go into the execution environment, Test Case Runtime (also right in Studio). They will choose a test plan and a device, and the tests they need to run will become visible right next to the device, instructing them step-by-step.
The Test Case Runtime environment is shown below:
3: Viewing your automatically generated test reports
Results from your executed tests are automatically saved in our web reporting portal. Reports include a high-level test status matrix (test cases by devices) as well as detailed reports of each device, complete with screen shots and or video proof. An example detailed report is shown below:
You can use these reports to check on test completion status, report bugs, or just keep a record of tests performed successfully!
For more information about the test case manager, or how to use it, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or sign up for the webinar on April 8th at 9AM PST.